|Reviewed by Di Lew
|This is EXACTLY how I feel at the moment!!!
|Reviewed by karen jane (Reader)
|This is one of the most beautiful poems I have ever read. It truly touches my soul. It is so heartwrenchingly sad yet so beautiful.|
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|Poetry is so good for the soul. I feel much empathy, and it is a terrific poem!
|Reviewed by Paul Judges
|Hope you feel less tired soon, Dave....good poem|
|Reviewed by Raquel Gallegos (Reader)
|I'm tired too! I have said all the above things in my head. Great to see in words. Great write.|
|Reviewed by Carol Mitchell
|Hang in there for we are all tired of something! Life is unpredictable; sometimes things are good; and often more bad we just have to go through it and hope. Good luck to you!|
|Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
|I'd suggest a long vacation with a little of what the flying fox is having. Patrick|
|Reviewed by Loay Ragheb
|You reflect unto the world exactly how you feel inside. Change from within and accept 100% responsibility for it all .. forgive yourself, ask for forgiveness and offer gratitude at every juncture and you will heal|
|Reviewed by Lori Moore
|Good reason s to be tired. Enjoyed.|
|Reviewed by Holly Christine
|I understand. Like a bad day, that keeps getting worse. You come home, vent. Like releasing the heavy cargo from your mind. Well done!|
|Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
|Honest, open...so well expressed.|
|Reviewed by 000 000
|Now that you have cleared your mind...start over. You have the right to be tired, but it appears the world does not allow it. Whenever you feel distraught...think of those unable to leave their bed due to illness, or think of the Hawks soaring in the sky and feel their power!
Make a list of everything and everyone dear to you! Then take Vivarin and drink coffee...your but will start moving and your mind will clear away the thoughts you have written!
I think Jesus was tired of carrying that big wooden cross to die on for our sins...please gain strength and love life each day.
|Reviewed by Lois Christensen
|I think I understand you, everyone gets tired too,some friends do slap you on the back or go behind your back, do not surrender, get that fighting will back,men can cry do it if you need to,. You can feel you just manybe think right now you can't, You can be a strong person, get that tired feeling out of your system. and be on the way to finding some happiness. Keep your spirits up, it is important you do this too.|
|Reviewed by S H (Reader)
|Poetry is the best way to heal and express pain. I know that better than (almost) any person. Good job!|
|Reviewed by William Etch
|this is an amazing poem. it describes what i've been feeling for years. thank you for letting me see a bit of myself in words. for a breath of peace. thank you.|
|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|Expressed with honesty and just the right words. No masks.
Society expects us to be at our best, always.
Although these are difficult moments, we have a right to fragility, fatigue, even depression. This is often seen as an illness, but it does have a function; it's more like a symptom that is telling us something.
Your layout reflects the state you are in, very suitable for the content.
And I agree with Jackie's advice too...
|Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten
|Read "Muddy Dispositions"...that outta cure ya! :0
I've know how you feel, sometimes...
Love and Peace~
|Reviewed by Flying Fox Ted L Glines
|Dang! That just about says it all, Dave. Ha! Me and my Kentucky Buddy were talking about the mistake we both made when we were born - we had obviously bought a ticket to the wrong world! Maybe, next time around, we will just hang out in the afterlife train station and watch all those other idiots boarding their trains.
|Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks
|Sometimes, a good many nights of eight hours sleep helps; and I don't mean that facetously...really. A tired body is a tired mind; a time when we have doubts about ourselves and others, and cannot rationalize the "small" things. In the scope of our total lives, so much is really "small" things. Don't allow others to mold your thoughts and feelings; it's only important for YOU to know who, what you are.
I learned all this when aging :o)
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
I hear you loud and clear. This is me, frequently--read "Worn Out," I think we are on the same page. Trying to get myself out of this mood, but...I'm tired.
Excellent write--(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Sometimes I am tired of the whole "world scene," Dave. So I can totally relate to this. Thank you. Love, peace, and strength to you. Regis|
|Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain
Very profound and well-versed ... a great message here - excellent!!
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
|Dave, I have felt this way so many, many times. You have
spoken for many. Just hold on to the faith. We are survivors.
|Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson
|Well stated Dave! There are those times when the same situations and problems drain and sadden us. Times when our efforts seem uneffective and our dreams elude us. Perhaps a change of situation or location might be of help. A new hobby, vacation or a new "face" can be very refreshing.|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|Dave, sometimes we have to look in other directions to refresh our souls ... keep searching ...|
|Reviewed by Cathrine Hottran
|Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen
|time to commune with nature and clear thy head, rest thy body and nurish thy soul, Dave! know this feeling all too well...
|Reviewed by Paul Williams
|Hang in there Dave, I hope it passes my friend.
|Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
|Oh I think I can relate to this....Although I still want to go on,on,on...even if I am down,down,down!!
Hugs and Love Tinka
|Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson
|Iím tired of being ďstrong,Ē
iím weak, iím fragile,
I see from the other comments Dave, that most have either arrived or will soon arrive to this point. I know that I can relate to this in the extreme. I wish that I knew the answer for us all. One day at a time sir...one day at a time.
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Old age does it to ya, Dave, but if you ask me, when a friend stabs ya, just turn around and tell them to stab you in front as you want to see who does it...Hope you get some sleep soon...;) Ed|
|Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very (Reader)
|Dave, this is excellent!
I can so relate to this poem.
This is so powerful, emotional, and truly speaks loudly even though written softly, of the 'selfishness and lack of consideration and inabilities to reach out and offer a heping hand' of others for one overwhelmed that is often known and seen so clearly.
I love the form and the way you've written every feeling here.
An excellent poem Dave
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Dave, people who have compassionate hearts and are always reaching out to others, always seem to be taken for granted. They extend themselves so much become worn out and frazzled, while those they cared for hardly notice most times. But then, isn't that what Jesus did!?! I hope it will pass soon, and I'll second your prayer,that He will give you an abundance of good health energy and the will to begin again.In the meantime. Take a rest;-) Love, Eileen|
|Reviewed by F William Broome
|Is there an answer Are we smart enough to know that we try too much, go too fast, expect too much, and convince ourselves that we must do these things this way - or God, or the authoritiees, or the IRS or the boogey man will get us! To Hell with break-neck living!!! = Bill
|Reviewed by Henry Stevens
|Dave, excellent poem expressing a feeling that is becoming common-at least I read it in others poems, and I feel it myself. I do not know the answer, but you serve yourself well, and other too, by putting it in words. Henry|
|Reviewed by L. Figgins
|You have needs, too. It's time to attend to you. You've been 'hanging in there' too long. Your body and psyche are screaming for rest and renewal. Find a way. If only one weekend off by yourself in nature. I recently went through this. Let go of the unessentials. Just let go. You will be ready to face it again. Take care, my freind...|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Hey Dave you already beat the worst demon in your life you can in my mind no doubt tackle what ever else comes along.
|Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
|We all get this way Dave and yes I felt that way last week and before. Sometimes I get real tired of decent guys dying in a hospital somewhere while the scum bags walk around with the rich lawyers. But anyway you hang in there because people do care about you.|
|Reviewed by Pier Tyler
|In all our adversities, HOPE is what keeps us going. Just when we are about to give up, Hope says wait until tomorrow. Hang in there!|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|If it is any comfort, and it probably won't be, but we all travel that "tired" road from time to time.|
|Reviewed by Sue Hess
|I hope it is just a passing thing Dave|